We open the show with some snakenews about how scientists are going to touch the sun from behind a supershield from 4 million miles away.
We talk about the superstition of "knock on wood" and where it came from, and Russ reads an article on Ouija and then flips out about bananas, which Brett explains is a berry that grows on an herb that looks like a tree with potatoes for roots.
After that, we talk again about doppler and redshift and how the universe is probably not what we think it is.
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